Amans Paradise Hotels
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... day. We plan to reach the Lava Tower by lunchtime which will be 4530m elevation. Just beyond that we reach the high
point of the day at 4600m before descending to Barranco Camp at 3900m. This elevation is uncharted territory for me and there is some real trepidation.
But tonight, in bed at 8.30pm.
Climbed 6 hrs to go 5km.
Ascended from 3022m to 3830m.
SaO2 87%, HR 88bpm.
We all were exhausted, dirty(no showers for 7 days), and hungry after we finished climbing down. We were looking forward to taking hot water showers (especially me since I seemed to be perpetually cold), different food than what we'd been eating for days, sleeping on a comfy mattress, and possibly massages from the hotel. As we drove from the gate to Moshi, we saw lots of coffee plantations and banana trees and villages. But most importantly we were sitting on cushioned seats in a van. ...
... pass someone, or a really large group (and it reminds me why I'm grateful to be doing this solo). Davis continues to be an amazing guide and leader.
We go up. And up. And up. And up.
This whole trek from the beginning has been incredibly exciting and beautiful, and also physically and mentally rewarding and tiring. But now it's becoming both exhilarating and exhausting. I think maybe mentally more than physically. So far my body, specifically my legs have never been ...
... insanely steep. Like, at least Robertson steep, but at 10000 foot altitude. Pole pole! And it just keeps going, and going, and going, and never lets up. I've never hiked anything like it. It's insane. And it's very rocky, so not only is the steepness challenging, and the altitude, and the elevation gain, but we also have to constantly use our leg muscles more than normal hiking to take big steps up large rocks. Seriously the most ...
... her to take the money to buy food and drinks for both the woman and herself. So cute…
To end on a better note, we conducted two half day education session at work this week to cater to the midwives. We presented, induction of labour (because we’re doing more of these now Dr Aristottle is here), PPH, obstruction, auscultation of the fetal heart, and vacuum delivery. We planned to teach half the midwives one day the rest the other. The first ...